But see Balok, I fear you've failed to make a case. Let's review: <rest snipped to conserve space>
I can only judge him on the books he's written that I've read. It might be that "fans" like this book or that, but if I haven't read it, I don't count it. I might not agree with them. A lot of people like Civil War but Millar gets no points from me for it because I consider it a wretched tapestry of poor characterization.
So from me he gets +1 for doing good work on Alias, 0 for the work he's done so far on Mighty, and about -100 because his work on New Avengers is that bad.
And he attends the retreats and other Marvel planning sessions, which DOES give him a lot of power that multiplies his -99 rating. He's not good enough to join real creators at those functions, because his expertise (noir stories) is not general enough. He's still a journeyman, pressed into a master's role.